ch at code-heads.com
Mon Dec 12 06:11:39 UTC 2005
Dave Jones wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 12, 2005 at 12:55:19AM -0500, CodeHeads wrote:
> > > Or kmix. (Though which of 'red' or 'yellow' means set/unset is lost on me
> > > (I use gnome). I'm totally in awe of the KDE developers hci skills on that one.
> > > They must be great fun at parties.
> > > "Did you switch the music on?" "Yellow!"
> > >
> > I switched to Gnome here is some more screen shots
> > http://code-heads.com/alsa/gnome
> > Thanks for you help Dave! :) I personally like KDE :) But I will work
> > in Gnome for the rest of the night and see what happens :)
> Gar. Gnome doesn't do much better here, starting by default in
> 'hide everything' mode. On the pull-down menus, Edit->Preferences
> and then hunt around for the 'external amplifier' toggle.
> Hit it, and you should then gain an extra 'switches' tab, from where
> you can actually toggle it.
> It doesn't really matter which desktop you use, just toggling the
> red/yellow bulb in kmix would have had the effect of finding out whether
> or not that was the missing link to making your sound work.
I found the external amplifier and I checked it. Still no sound. :(
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